October 2022

We Can’t Go On, We Must Go On

The Long, Indecisive War in Ukraine is Reshaping the Political World Map

Revolutionary Marxism vs. Chomsky: Reflections on a Recent Interview

Guinea’s Plight Lays Bare the Greed of Foreign Mining Companies in the Sahel

Another Letter from London

Elon Musk Takes Over Twitter, Can We Stop Wasting Time on Campaign Finance Reform?

The Unspoken Label for America’s Growing Political Movement is “Reactionary”

Does the U.S. Chip Ban on China Amount to a Declaration of War in the Computer Age?

Shakespeare Today

Understanding Britain’s Political Crisis

Philly Judge Blows Off Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Latest Appeal

Joshua Frank

Rishi Sunak and Britain’s Post-Brexit Fairy Tales

Roaming Charges: Tales From the Democratic Crypt

The Military-Industrial Media Complex Strikes Again

We Need You in Our Corner

Liberalism and Fascism

Can the Climate be Restored?

The Mirage of Washington Intelligence

The Lizard’s Trail on the Liverpool Docks

Nuclear Armageddon in Our Own Backyard

 NATO in the Amazon: Petro Plays with Fire

Delicacy of the Crisis of the US dollar: Lessons From the Meltdown in Britain 

The Last Word on Student Loans

End of the Deal: By Revoking Stance on Jerusalem, Australia Isolates Israel, Not Palestinians

A Joyful March for Lula

China’s Path to Socialist Modernization

War and Peace: Do Social Democrats in Congress Favor Negotiations Between Ukraine and Russia?

Chelsea, Manning Up

Five Tips for Keeping Your Florida Garden Fascist Free!

Eric Schmidt: A Conflict of Interest

Michael Cohen’s Revenge

A Manufactured Crime Wave

A Third of 2022 Midterm Voters May Use Mailed Out-Ballots

The Hijāb as a Billboard for Islamist Propaganda

The Globalization of the Revolutionary Will

Will There be a Nuclear War?

Art and its Role in el Paro Nacional

Warning: Sharp Curve Ahead

Demythologizing Recovering and Reconstructing Ukraine

Back to School Without the Child Credit

Autumn in New York: On the Finger Lakes Trail

More Scary Movies For Anarchists to Watch in the Dark

A Modest Proposal for Curators of Survey Art Exhibitions

A Loud and Clear Lesson – For Ethiopia and the World

Loving Nature or Profiting From It: Take Your Pick

Horace Chandler Davis, a Courageous Hero of the Post-War Red-Scare Era, Dies at 96

The Growing Chorus for Peace in Ukraine

New Yorkers Visit Vienna for Social Housing Inspiration

Fighting Times: An Organizer’s Tale of Patience and Audacity